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What will you carry with you on your ACE?

This is a discussion on What will you carry with you on your ACE? within the ACE How-To's and Guides forums, part of the Polaris ACE Forums category; Originally Posted by Vinny A collapsable shovel and extra clothing (dry) for the winter outings. Some states require a shovel and water and/or fire extinguisher. ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vinny View Post
    A collapsable shovel and extra clothing (dry) for the winter outings.
    Some states require a shovel and water and/or fire extinguisher. I do have a folding shovel and brought that with me, plus a folding limb saw, when I did the Paiute trail system. All good stuff to have if you can find room for it.
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    roll toilet paper
    2 flares
    3 Utility Flames
    1 container water proof matches
    tow strap
    electrical tape
    band aids
    50 rounds 9mm
    100 rounds 22lr
    rain poncho
    Ibuprofen
    Tylenol
    jumper cable
    small 12v air compressor
    1 package tire plugs
    1 tube rubber cement
    Tire hole cleaner and plug insertion tool
    pump bottle liquid bug spray (not the aeresol, it goes bad after a while)
    work gloves
    50 foot Blue Steel winch extension cable
    $20 cash
    1.75 gallons gas
    flashlight (Using nimh LSD rechargable batteries)
    hand saw
    spare fuses
    Polaris tool kit

    I keep a kit like that on all my ATVs. Of all that crap, the only thing I've ever used are the tire repair parts and the work gloves.

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    Folding shovel, trappers tool, molasses, tow rope, sun glasses, toilet paper(in a Ziploc), tools, plastic rivets, ratchet straps, motorcycle straps, bug spray, air compressor, tire plugs, fix-a-flat, flash light, small folding saw, machete, 3 ft. strap for winch, serrated rescue knife and GPS. All of this is off the top of my head, don't want to go out in the rain to check.
    2015 Green 32 HP Ace

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    Can't believe no one mentioned duct tape?

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    Of course, must have Duct Tape!!!

    I put in Quad Boss Tire Sealant to help prevent flats...

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